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concerns, the next day in class she told the students that they should not tell bad things to the parents because it makes him feel bad. i feel telling my son or a child not to tell something to their parents is a breach of trust there has to be i can't even think of it. >> the teacher told the students that their room is filthy and has rodent droppings in it. whether or not that is true, that is something that the children should not be involved in, it is inappropriate. and several times he has made the children clean their own desks and he had to hold his breath. and he can't do his work because the teacher and confusing and speaks too much about the rules. the incomplete work sheets support this and confusion. he reports there is a good, bad list and students are scared in the classroom. the teacher walked by him after school one day and told him not to kick him. disturbances that everybody has to stop. a classroom run by fear and confusion where there is no leadership and to be blunt i am concerned about my son's safety and happiness. and this teacher has been only with us for three w
anything bad or anything unpleasant to be happening in the area of the mcd. we are afraid of that. thank you. >> thank you. >> hi, my name is mu peng gee. i strongly object to have an mcd open in the area. it will affect my children and also my grandchildren and affect their health. that's all. >> thank you. >> my name is ren tang chi. i do not want them to mess up our community. that's it. >> thank you. >> my name is iyen pung. i object mcd to be opened in the area and affect our community. because a lot of times, i'm waiting at the bus stop to ride on the bus, a lot of time, i could smell those young folks taking marijuana and i could smell it, therefore, i object to that. >> thank you. >> good evening, my name is sue yaoe. i'm really object for mcd opening in my area because considering my children. usually, i know that they will sell the marijuana in the area and it is very affect my child. right now, my air is getting better and cleaner and before when i pass the street, i usually can smell the people, what they have, they smell really bad. so, i really strongly object to have the m
for us? >>> all right, jimmy. bad jobs, roaring gold, fed stimulus on the way. good evening. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." our top story tonight -- president obama must have known his sleep-inducing, flat, acceptance speech last night must have been an indication he knew three numbers ahead of time you need to know. 8.1% unemployment, 96,000 nonfarm payroll jobs added -- a terrible number -- and all 60 days before the election. it looks like his goose is cooked on the economy. we'll look at what the president had to say like this mugt. >> i'm asking you to rally around a set of goals for your country. goals in manufacturing, energy, education, national security and the deficit. real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs, more opportunity, and rebuild this economy on a stronger foundation. that's what we can do in the next four years and that is why i am running for a second term as president of the united states. >> all right. so far as i can tell that's the only time he said the word "jobs." i don't hear growth at all. maybe i missed something. i don't think so.
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of interest. >>host: take harry reid and mitt romney. does her real reads politics make him of bad more men or good more men? >> it depends we ask and which issues. some issues are objectionable has mitt romney. harry reid on the social welfare policies or abortion. thing is a conflict of our faith. he is not a bad more men different mormons have different application but with the book i try a to show more consistent policy if you try to say if you are not correctly applying these principles that can apply to conservative liberals were there is the inconsistency here is what we claim to believe the here is how would is applied. also mitt romney on warfare is repugnant. that does not mean he is a bad mormon adjusted consistent to apply the% -- principles of something we both will be the then. >>host: what can we learn about mitt romney as a candidate? >>guest: this is not about people are parties but it is a fair question. what does his fifth represent? people see him as a reflection of what said mormon is a clear-cut businessman. taking away the veneer it would suggest what to the mormon sh
" says the u.s. is perceived as a declining power. as the perception spreads, the world's bad actors are asserting themselves to fill a vacuum unless the trend is reversed. those moms in the middle east and a declining power. do you agree? >> they were responding to what they saw as an insult to the prophet mohammad. perhaps this happened in libya, on doingve were bent exactly what they did. there is some evidence that it was planned. we have to get all the facts right. this has been really confusing. we did not know if the ambassador was actually killed. then you hear that they actually got in the consulate. this is what happens. do not just shoot from the hip because you feel a certain way in your gut. >> there is a danger to global reaction. there was an interesting column in "the washington post" st. there are these mobs who are quick to jump and then their rival radical groups like to exploit the situation and that is a threat to the egyptian and libyan regime. if mr. the pot to much, it will hurt their regimes. >> what is our relationship with the givebacks the president said t
europe is bad for taxpayers in this country. >> cheryl, this whole kumbaya stuff is expensive. we send money to the imf, they send it to europe. is anybody in europe paying attention to the austerity measures? no. everyone keeps saying he did it. no one takes any blame for anything anymore, including here at home. we keep bailing our own selves out. it has to stop or no one is going to fix anything. why should you when you just expect the check is coming in the mail. >> should we be bailing out europe, in fact, because what happens over there keeps killing our markets here. it's been nothing but problems for two years. >> the problem with europe started by greece, they lied about their debt, they never had that 3% level you're supposed to have to get in the e.u. so they don't have anything to go back to. and right now angela merkel is trying to bail out her own banks through this huge imf bailout. the same thing that happened to aig. once you stuck money in it, it went to banks. that's what they're doing. back door bailout for banks. you've got to let these countries start dealing with
, but it's recovered more than people expected last year. things are still tough, they just aren't as bad as they could have been. unemployment is still at 9.6, yes, but it's not 12 or 13. or 15. >> or 19, or 80. there's no limit to how high numbers can go, by helping to make things less bad, the recovery act is helping. >> it was the obama doctrine. that less bad was better than more bad. and so the president would use the power of his office to listen badness. so just as america began to think a little slower, disaster struck. oil spilling into the gulf of mexico, wildfires across the west and as everyone complained that it was taking way longer than it should have to plug a hole because they decided for some reason to shoot garbage into it, nobody mentioned the nearly 60% of the country that wasn't burning or covered in oil. that's a solid d minus. but the critics could not be satisfied. >> the president has promised to close guantanamo, that didn't happen. >> okay, he didn't close guantanamo, but it didn't get any bigger. so it's in remission. >> he also promised to change the tone in
and that is bad news for the economy overall. if you are talking about the notion of economic patriotism. top 10 percent are paying 70 percent of the federal income taxings. would it be 95 percent more fair and half a million americans who are not paying tax are not they patriots. >> they are patriots and we forget those americans are paying taxes not always income taxings. rich, that is not the code we are speaking in. only republicans understand that heavy mumbo, jumo. we don't know from the graduated capitol gains. >> oh, please. >> it was a secret code. >> we know, steve, that the president's plan to raise taxes dramatically . we have two different sets of plans on what to do with taxings. mitt romney said he would lower tax rates on everybody . the president would raise the top bracket from 35 to 39 percent. a new surcharge for obama care . he said we go back to clinton and we would be going back to tax rates under the carter administration, right? >> the whole thing with europe and japan and now the america governments are crushing the private sector and deficits get big yer problems get w
. that is what he promised four years ago. >> belva: were they good or were they bad? >> they were disappointing. >> they were bad. they were bad. >> belva: what is bad to the three of you? >> the wrong numbers are 8.1% unemployment which is down from what it was. people are looking for work. 96,000 jobs were created. >> it is it is expectation. you expected things to improve after july. >> belva: california numbers are looking up. this is incremental journey. >> california is third highest unemployment in the nation. here's the thing, we are in a recovery, but we're not getting the benefits of the recovery. we know a lot of companies are sitting on the capital. they are not hiring. they are afraid. barack obama has done nothing to quell that anxiety and nothing to tell the public sector it is safe. you can start hiring. when you see these job numbers, it only punctuates the fact he is not moving the country the way it needs to be moved. >> belva: can we talk about the convention and see if it relates to what is in the room for the last three days. >> i want to go back to clinton. the californi
the turnaround. >> be a fly on the wall in the board room when they go hmm. >>> still to come -- a new bad. the michael jackson album 25 years later. >> we'll talk to our music guru, bruno del granado about the impact of this new michael jackson cd and a new documentary about the late singer. you are watching "world news now." ♪ ♪ i'm bad >> announcer: abc's "world news now" will continue after this from our abc stations. ♪ i'm bad i'm bad ♪ you know i'm bad ♪ i'm bad i'm bad >>> sunny got the dance. who can forget that? michael jackson may be doing something in death that he never got to do in life. make a comeback that is. >> that's right, sony records has released "bad 25." a compilation of remastered hits. and unreleased material. spike lee has a new documentary that highlights some of jackson's better days. joining us via skype to talk more about this is music and media consultant, my friend, bruno del granado. how are you doing? >> good morning, sunny. good morning, john. >> good morning. >> well, bruno, tell us, why is there such a commotion around the 25th anniversary of
. you can believe them or not. they have no incentive to tell you things are bad. doesn't help the stock prices, what's really happening if you look at data points, the economy is loge down. new orders going down. trading partners going down. manufacturing going down and employment-- here is the rub, the change, bad economic news means good things for the the stock market. the stock market is not saying that the economy is recovering. the stock market is saying we're going to get more stimulus from gentle ben, more stimulus from mario draghi. not an expectation of recovery. >> those are the central bankers printing money and putting it into the economy in the hope of making the recovery pick up. but, toby, i worry about looking at individual businesses, because, individual things drive them and it may not be a good read on the entire economy. >> if you worry correctly, because if you look at for instance, intel. lighter numbers, why? because they're getting their butts kicked by tablets not an economic indicator. look at real economic indicators, my favorite is con tearer board, jim. you
bad day, you know. just didn't go anywhere, so i... oops! sometimes a bad day turn out a pretty good day because i didn't know what i was doing, so i didn't care too much. i didn't pay too much attention. it work out fine. started not too bad, but i think i lost some energy. sometimes you can only concentrate for so long. i guess this is for today. my husband is jeff kelley, art critic. and he really does his job, not just professionally in the art world, you know, but he does his job thoroughly, intensively at home. he criticize my work all the time. sometime i didn't even want him, you know, to give me feedback. he does anyway all the time. so, i think in general it has been very helpful, but sometimes it really can get on my nerves. well, criticism is a word that gets a bad rap. it usually implies, you know, that you're being judgmental rather than, uh, interested. and you are judgmental sometimes. true, but that's the boundary that sometimes you have to be careful about not crossing. i'm very interested in hung's work. i've seen it for 10 years. i see it closely and intimately an
. >> reporter: this program has turned up another bad pipe. >> we have found one section that is already out of service. and it is being replaced. >> reporter: they have people who work here that know that those pipes are prone to corrosion. they don't know why nobody acted upon it. that is part of their investigation. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> chevron also responded to new allegations that the company deliberately by-passed air monitoring equipment. chevron claims while it is true a pipe was not connected and emissions went out unmonitored for several years it was not done on purpose. >> i take exception to somebody questions the intent on safety. as soon as we knew about the issue we addressed it. what we need to establish as part of our investigation is why that wasn't identified earlier and that is still ongoing. >> they maintain the amount that was flared during this period was so small it was not a health concerned. government investigations are underway. >>> a santa clara elementary school principal accused of selling drugs, eric dean lewis was arraigned on charges. the principal wa
a bad teacher, we should be able to train them to get better and if they can't get better, they should be able to get fired. >> and i'm sure you can recite these statistics by heart. the u.s. spends just about as much money as any country per pupil. people are probably wondering what are we spending our money on then? >> part of the problem we've got is we've got a very diverse country, compared to the smaller countries where all the kids are coming to school pretty well prepared. they are not hungry. they are not poor. in our country we've got poor kids and some kids who have deep troubles at home, and that affects performance, but there's no doubt that we can step up our game. so what i've proposed moving forward, building off the race to the top, let's hire 100,000 new math and science teachers who are actually trained in math and science. let's continue to focus on early childhood education, makes a big difference for kids who are particularly low income. part of the race to the top let's figure out what are the dropout factors out there. a couple thousand schools where we know the
arundel county. what police are doing this morning. >> good news and bad news on this wednesday. bad news is o's lost. good news, guess what? so did the yankees. all that coming up on this wednesday morning. it's september 26th. i am charley crowson. >> thanks for joining us. the middle of the week and the weather is going to change. >> it's changing as we speak. lynette has a check of the -- check of the forecast. >> we have at rain coming down on maryland's most powerful radar as of now. moderate shield of rain pushing in around bel air and baltimore. a little closer around towson we are seeing a couple lightning strikes with this as well. all this is beginning to slide off toward the east. it will be crossing the bay. as we zoom in closer, you can see more showers around lake shore and arnold. so as we head intoan arundel county you are getting heavier rein across the area. this will be across the eastern shore in moments. so rock hall getting in on light rain and get in on a heavier batch as we go through time. behind that, we will dry out and we have another chance for showers as we
, these are bad people aspect of if and that's not going to persuade people to vote for him. >> no, it's not and it's telling that he thought this was the message to the high-dollar donors that he was speaking to who are much inclined to write off the population. the problem is it it's not clear what the up shot is. he focused his remark on 47% of americans paying no income tax. the reason people don't pay incomes is because they don't have a lot of income. the up shot, we need to raise taxes on the poorest half of america who is not paying taxes now. >> if you continue to read editorial, they go off in la la land but that paragraph was an affirmative of what he was trying to say. molly, mitt romney had to reboot his campaign. after the crisis of libya where he made himself look inept in foreign policy issues. now this. he was supposed to give specifics. when will we get specifics and when there will there be an affirmative message that we can construct the campaign. >> it's areel hard to remember the last time the romney campaign had a good day. you know, something where he wasn't tri
a teacher snow days are bad. remember when snow days were good? for a teacher snow days are bad, you lose your momentum. they come back like they haven't been there. anyway i i did grease. i did do the year and sometimes i people go wow, whole year. when you see the need and the commitment of other people, you know, the commitment of some of the teachers that have been there and i'm one of these -- i think it is really is a, you know, sad but has to happen it's life, is that many of the baby boomer teachers are now retiring, and a lot of times that was sort of the backbone of the school in a lot of cases. i think lynn dickinson and some of the teachers that was there when i was there would have been a different experience. there's a guy in the school, chuck car who is the heading of the math department. he was skeptical about me in the beginning of the year. [laughter] i'm sitting in any room, a big guy walking in, white hair, he has a bunch of books, he said, hello. i said hello. he said are you here to act the teacher mr. danza or be the teacher mr. danza? i just got here, you know. [la
things aren't that bad. >> yeah, maybe only 10% of the people actually own stocks. the other 90% don't better. look it, sort of the let's beat the heck out of the number and go back to the real numbers. gary's right, that the real number that count is the unemployment rate and the underemployment rate. and that is the optimism goal and people are starting to lose optimism. the idea that the number we got on friday, shows 95,000 jobs, clearly says that maybe obama was the greatest of all time, but right now we're slowed down the last three quarters and decelerating and the same stuff the last three years, it's not going to happen. >> jonas out there in las vegas, you can bet on this one. you're actually looking at weekly jobless claims. you see some trend to the positive there. >> and it's marginally improving. it needs to be more, like, wow, we're-- and laughing like the unemployment people don't matter in the world. stock holders matter, too. they're doing a lot better than four years ago, if you own a business, publicly traded or not. in all likelihood you're doing a lot better tha
a bad one, and then good. then bad, then good. the audience likes to see comebacks and all that stuff. the star system is dangerous, it takes a tremendous toll on the minds and the emotions of people. (henry rogers) we lost james dean that way; he couldn't handle it. i have never done anything right. i've been going around with my head in the sling. i dn't want to drag you in but i can't help it. see, i think that you can't just go around proving things, pretending like you're tough. and you can't -- even though you look a certain way, you can't-- that's right, you're absolutely right. you're not listening to me! (henry rogers) clift was a perfect example. he was emotionally disturbed. he would have been better off running a grocery store in some little town in the midwest, where the public wouldn't pay any attention to him, than he would as a film star. (scary music playing) (henry rogers) he was a fine outstanding actor, but emotionally, he couldn't stand the strain. ♪ i wanna be ♪ loved by you ♪ just you and ♪ nobody else but you ♪ i wanna be ♪ loved by you alone ♪ (
he had one bad year, he had an issue of three bad years so we had to move for the egregious behavior versus you had one bad year, let's see if we can work on it. >> but at this point, it's been found that it's been one bad year. isn't that what's in the record, only 2009 was -- >> correct, the hearing officer only found 2009. >> with that information and with that finding, would that change if you were to go back and start over and taking as true the decision by the hearing officer that it's only one bad year, would that then suggest to the department that maybe he should receive an admonishment rather than a revocation? >> well, not necessarily because we don't necessarily do the admonishment anymore, we will impose stiff penalties, so at a bare minimum even today if mr. kipnis had this issue and had no other issue with us, we would let him know that it's going to be a fine and/or revocation and likely we would look at mitigating factors whether it would be just the fine or both, but he definitely would have been issued a fine. >> and not a revocation? >> not necessarily, but very l
sloppy errors that look bad for them, we urge this board to uphold the public trust in government and to reject the proposed revocation, additionally, since our understanding is that this board can only reject or accept the penalty proposed and since the monetary fine is part and parcel of it, we highly recommend that the strangely calculated monetary penalty would also be overturned. i'm available to answer questions, mr. kipnis, the permit holder is here as well, and mr. boris whose declaration is here is available to answer questions that this board may have for him as well as if the department wishes to cross examine him. >> thank you. >> may i submit mr. shamis's deck -- declaration. >> this should have been part of the package for your declaration. >> why was this not submitted? >> i just met mr. shamis tonight. >> okay. >> and you've provided a copy to mr. murray. >> yes, i provided a copy to him before this item was called. >> okay. >> mr. murray? >> good evening, commissioners. jarvis murray, this matter relates to the revocation of mr. kipnis' medallion, he had two opp
that. the reason that statement was so bad is because it was mitt romney is point of view. pcs nearly half the country as moochers who want a handout from government. he does not understand why they don't just borrow from their parents or take money from their trust funds. he does not agree that the poor and the sick should add slightly to the taxes of millionaires and billionaires said they can squandered money on dialysis. >> is this a bump in the road? >> it is a huge pot hole but it is not lethal. the debates are coming up. he has been practicing very hard and he has a good coach in rob portman. obama is not the greatest debater. he had some terrible ones early on and he is not practicing enough. >> how does mitt romney recover from this? >> he could go and visit the guys who are building his car elevator and see how they are getting by. apparently he does not know the working middle class. that is why it was so natural for him to say these things. they have been coming out in a dog whistle. for the people in the room, he has a bullhorn. >> this is not the last round for romney. t
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